Writing an Opinion Letter
Students write an opinion letter to Grandmother (a character featured in this lesson’s theme). Template and teacher writing rubric enclosed.
This poetry lesson features a poem and a quiz aligned to meet Common Core State Standards.
Reading: Author’s Purpose
This informational reading lesson features two graphic organizers aligned to meet Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Missouri Learning Standards (MLS). Continuing the immersive lesson theme for the visit to Grandma’s house, both Grandma and grandchild are sharing stories. Grandma broaches the topic of writing and authoring, which leads into author’s purpose.Teacher Tip: If you…
Reading: Venn Diagram
Looking for a 10 minute lesson plan? This easy Venn Diagram lesson helps students quickly identify comparisons and contrasts using this diagram.
Vocab in the Attic
Delve into vocabulary with dictionary usage. This short lesson with its worksheet can be used as is if you need a quick and easy lesson plan.
Reading: “The Fireball Wand”
We have finished our journey through the woods. At her home, Grandma tells her grandchild a story about a wand. Using Grade 5 Common Core reading standards, students will read the 350+ word story and complete a multiple-choice quiz to continue the journey. For formative assessment, students can highlight textual evidence from the passage to…
Writing: Letter to Grandma
In this Common Core-aligned writing lesson, students will read and analyze a letter and edit it for organization and minor errors. Listen to an audio file of the finished letter afterwards. Click the audio links within the PowerPoint and assignment to play the audio files. Teacher Tip: If you’re playing Making Camp Premium, make sure…
Math and Writing Using AR
Standards: Math (Operations & Algebraic Thinking), Writing (Range of Writing) Grade Level: Grade 3 Grade 3 Standards Covered: Math Multiply and divide within 100. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.C.7: Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 =…
Census 2020 – ELL Lessons
Statistics in Schools with ELL Getting everyone counted is important! But why? The US Census Bureau offers Statistics in Schools (SIS) resources for ELL teachers and ELL students. All ELL lessons are aligned with Common Core State Standards, verified by teachers, and feature Bloom’s Taxonomy info. Grab-and-Go SIS Lessons for ELL Here’s a grab-and-go list…